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May 28th 2010 8:31AM So let me see if I understand this..... It is O.K. for a rapper to "say" the word "nigga", but it is offensive if it is played and white people hear it??? You can't have it both ways. Either the word is offensive, or it isn't, but to say it is alright for you to say because you are black and wrong for me to say because I am white is a double standard that will only continue to breed racism, not curb it.
Jan 8th 2010 12:06PM No Elin, the only difference between tattooed people and non-tattooed people is tattooed people are way more cool and can kick your ass!
Nov 5th 2009 9:58AM Daynah Burnett, you are an idiot. You wrote this article forgetting one thing, IT'S HUMOR YOU MORON!!! Why should he use his platform to, in your words, "spread tolerance"? He isn't a politician, he is a FRIGGIN COMEDIAN!!!! You portray Mr Dunham as a bigot. Curious, how do you feel about the likes of Eddie Murphy, or Chris Rock? These guys are funny as hell, even when they are making fun of white people and their appearant inability to dance or any other stereotypical musings about the white race or the black race. I guess what I am trying to say is, don't read to much into it. The man makes his living poking fun at everyone and everything. I suggest you grab your Websters Dictionary. It's called humor, look it up. That's my opinion, if you had any common sense, it would be yours too.
Aug 24th 2009 2:04PM Peggy, go to myspace.com/bigdaddysmaryville for info on my bar. We look forward to you stopping by and having a beer with us. Nope, we're not in Philly, but right here in East Tennessee. Another site you might want to check out is www.tenncoc.com This site is just another dagger into the myth that Motorcycle Clubs dont get along with each other. Not only do we get along well, but we look forward to the times we can all get together and share good times. Hope to see you soon.
Aug 24th 2009 11:04AM You people need help. First, the phrase "no colors allowed" appears on many, many bar doors. Mostly becuase of the same misconception I keep reading about here. Most of you have watched WAY too much television, and actually beleive the media's version of "Biker Gangs". These, "GANGS" as you refer to them are actually "CLUBS". The myth that they do not get along is just that, a myth. Patch holders from these clubs generally get along very well with one another. Occasionally, just as in the general public, one or two may not get along. But unlike the general public, when two club patch holders have a disagreement, it makes the news and it is refered to as a "Biker Gang War", not an altercation between two men. I know this because not only do I ride with a motorcycle club, but I own a bar. My doors in fact do not say "no colors allowed", but instead say, "patch holders welcome". At just about any given time, you can enter my bar and find several different patch holders from several different clubs sitting around laughing together and enjoying a cold beer and each others company. In the 2 years I have owned this bar, not once has there ever been an issue between two patch holders, or even with a patch holder and a civilian for that matter. The simple truth is, we aren't what the media has portrayed us to be, and we don't enjoy the attention. Especially the unwanted attention brought on by feeding into the already irrational stereotype portrayed by an irresponsible media. Get to meet a patch holder sometime. You'll find that we are fathers, husbands, sons, uncles and friends. So the next time you go into a bar that says "no colors allowed", why not ask yourself why? Why are you afraid of something you have no idea about? And anyone who thinks "no colors" has anything to do with race, either has no idea about the phrase, or is just another liberal left wing nut playing the race card for their own personal agenda.
Jan 23rd 2007 7:12PM If you build it, they will come!